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Mar 4, 2014 6:30pm PST
, reflects the parameters specified in the budget deal, so-called discretionary spending both defense and on programs for ordinary americans at about $1.2 trillion. but the president also is putting in some proposals that aim higher toward whenever it is that congress decides democrats and republicans that they can make a larger budget deal that would curb entitlement spending, raise some tax. but for now, he's looking for a little bit more in his priority areas, and looking to do some business with republicans. >> john, it sounds like many of the elements of the budget have been proposed before i'm sure though the republicans have a lot to say about those proposals. what was the republican reaction? >> reporter: republican reaction is essentially that this is a status quo budget that doesn't change anything. a lot of that's true. because many of the proposals, raising taxes of different kinds on the wealthy, whether it's closing the carried interest loophole or limiting deductions for wealthy people, are things that are familiar that have been poe posed and ignored by congress in the
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